QUEEN’S SPEECH, And Aftermath Responds From Jeremy!


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UK: The Queen’s Speech came after the parliament was prorogued, and this may see the Speaker of the House of Commons leave his office after years of service, indeed he will be missed if he eventually leaves.

The Queen began her speech after she had ordered her lords to sit, in this order: “My lords and members of the House of Commons.

“My Government priority has always been to secure the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union on the 31st of October. My Government intends to work towards a new partnership with the European Union based on free trade and friendly co-operation. My ministers will work to implement a new regime for fisheries, agriculture, and trade, seizing the opportunities to the rise of leaving the European Union, an immigration bill ending free movement will lay the foundation for the fair modern and global immigration system.

“My Government remains committed to ensuring that resident European citizens, who have to build their in and have contributed so much to the United Kingdom have the right to remain. The bill will include measures… commitment. Steps will be taken to provide certainty, stability and new opportunities for the financial services and legal sectors. My Government’s new economic plan will be… by responsible fiscal strategy, investing in economic growth, while maintaining the sustainability of the public finances.

“Measures will be brought forward to support and strengthen the National Health Service, its workforce and resources, enabling it to deliver the highest quality care. New laws will be taken forward to help implement the national health services long term plan in England and to establish an independent body to investigate serious healthcare incidents. My Government will bring forward proposals to reform other social care in England, to ensure dignity in old age. My ministers will continue to work to reform the mental health act to improve respect for and care for those receiving treatment.

“My Government is committed to addressing violent crime and to strengthen public confidence in the criminal justice system. New sentencing laws will see that the most serious offenders spend a longer time in custody to respect better the severity of their crimes. Measures will be introduced to improve the justice system‘s response to foreign national offenders.

“My Government will work to improve safety and security in prisons and to strengthen the rehabilitation of offenders. Proposals will be brought forward to ensure that victims receive the supports that they need and the justice they deserve. Laws will be introduced to ensure that the… the system recognizes the pain victims and their families caused by offenders refusing to disclose information relating to their crimes.

“A new duty will be placed on public sector bodies, ensuring that they work together to address serious balance. Police officers will be provided with the protections that they need to keep the population safe. They will also be awarded the power to arrest individuals who wanted international partners.

“My Government will bring forward measures to protect individuals, families and their homes, the legislation will transform the approach of the justice system and other agencies to victims of domestic abuse and minimize the impact of divorce, particularly on children. My ministers will continue to develop proposals to improve internet safety and will bring forward laws to implement new building safety standards. My Government will ensure that all young people have access to an excellent education, unlocking their full potentials and preparing for the world of work.

“My Government will take steps to make work fairer, introducing measures that will support those working hard. To help people plan for the future, measures will be brought forward to provide simpler oversight pension savings, to protect people’s savings for later life new laws will provide greater powers to tackle irresponsible management of private pension scheme, to ensure that the prospering economy reach every corner of the United Kingdom, my ministers will bring forward a national infrastructure strategy”. And so the Queen’s Speech continued…

Meanwhile, at the House of Commons the opposition leader ‘Jeremy Corbyn’ spelled it before ‘Boris Johnson’s’ nostrils. However, Mr. Jeremy in his response to the Queen’s Speech said:

Mr. Speaker, there is never been such a false as a government with a majority of minus forty five (-45) and a 100 percent record of defeat in the house of commons, setting out a legislative agenda they know cannot be delivered in this parliament.

“The Prime minister promised that this Queen’s Speech will dazzle us, on contrary inspection, Mr. Speaker it is nothing more than… gold”.

Responding to this, ‘Boris Johnson’ said: “By his prospect, he might actually become the prime minister and all I have to say is that he is not alone in that fear, so is most of the opposition to judge by their actions, most of the House of Commons and indeed most of the country. And I can give him this reassurance, this conciliation that I intend to do everything that I can to prevent all that from happening”.

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